Trust in God’s Grace. 2 Cor. 12. 9; Ps. 38. 9
T. Greene C.M.
Grace, like a fountain, ever flows,
Fresh succours to renew;
The Lord my wants and weakness knows,
My sins and sorrows too.
He sees me often overcome,
And pities my distress;
And bids affliction drive me home,
To anchor on his grace.
’Tis he directs my doubtful ways,
When dangers line the road,
Here I my Ebenezer raise,
And trust the gracious God.